OK, I just used tvfool.com on my address because I have had a heck of a time getting WKRC on my indoor Walltenna antenna. I have the antenna mounted to a window on the side of the house facing downtown. According to tvfool all four major networks should come in easily with an indoor antenna, but I seem to have to adjust the placement of the antenna on the window for each station. WLWT and WCPO come in the easiest, followed by WXIX. I really have to fight to get WKRC to come in at all, and even then there is no guarantee the image will stay stable for long. A friend of mine a few miles away off of Beechmont Ave in Anderson Twp. has similar trouble.
I have my antenna plugged into my computer using a Hauppage tuner card, using about 25 feet of coax to get it to the appropriate window and I have an amplifier from an rca indoor antenna attached to it at the window. Nothing seems to help. I realize that WKRC is a VHF signal while all the others are UHF, but the Walltenna should be able to handle both, right? My house is at a high elevation and I am less than 12 miles away from the broadcast towers. I would think everything would come in crystal clear all the time, but that is so much not the case that I am looking for other opinions of what to do.